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Student Spotlight for April 22, 2009

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Confessions of a Shakespeare Festival addict 

Something magical and transporting occurs when one watches a quality theater production.

It can strike deep into your heart and senses and bring out a wide range of emotions — laughter, fear, anger, sadness and hope — all playing out on a darkened stage.

In this high-tech digital age entertainment can be found with just a click of a cell phone, I-Pod or television. But thankfully, the ancient art of theater endures and thrives.

A festival known around the world that brings an eclectic range of productions to audiences is only a two-and-a-half-hour car ride away from Crescent City.


Easter Egg art

The Daily Triplicate/Rick Postal
Young Easter Egg artists show off their masterpieces during the Del Norte County Library egg-decorating event that was held Friday afternoon. Back row, from left, Tasha Platner, Olivia Clotz and Brittany Hunsucker. Front row, from left, Carol Ybarra, Scarlett Hunsucker and Chenal Thomas.

Local wins regional presidency of FFA

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Four Del Norte High School FFA students attended the 2008-2009 North Coast Region spring meeting and competitions recently in Ferndale. Three of these members had previously competed at the sectional competitions in McKinleyville.

Christian Alexandre and Vanessa Alexandre competed in the extemporaneous speech competition. Christian placed first and Vanessa placed fourth.

Meghan Webb competed in the prepared speech competition, placing fifth. Only first and second place moved on, making Christian eligible for the regional competition in Ferndale. There, Christian placed third in the extemporaneous speech competition and is now moving on to the state competition, where the top four finalists from the six California regions will compete.

Local child selected

A local resident, 7-year-old Carson Hogan, will be off to New York this July to attend the prestigious International Modeling and Talent Association Convention.

Carson will have the opportunity to showcase his talent for movie and TV producers and talent agents from the Los Angeles and New York entertainment industry.

Many of today’s hottest models and actors launched their careers at IMTA: Katie Holmes, Ashton Kutcher, Jessica Biel, Eva Longoria, Elijah Wood, just to name a few.

Carson has been taking acting/modeling classes for over a year at Image and Modeling Development, Inc., located in Medford, Ore. Carson auditioned in December and was selected out of about 400 contestants. IMD will be taking about 20 kids, ranging in age from 4-25 years.

Good luck, Carson!

Curves food donation to RHS

Ron Phillips accepts a food donation from Christine Roberts, owner of Curves. Submitted Photo
When Christine Roberts, owner of Curves, contacted Rural Human Services’ Special Programs Manager, Ron Phillips, he was delighted to learn that Curves had been conducting a food drive last month in support of its local food bank.

Over 600 pounds of healthy, non-perishable food was collected, all through the generous donations of the 143 members of the ladies health club. This gift was loaded into the RHS Food Bank van and will be distributed in emergency food boxes for people in need in Del Norte County.

“This is not the first time Christine and all the fabulous ladies at Curves have given to our community,” Ron said. “Last Christmas, through RHS, they adopted an entire family in need, ensuring that they had a holiday meal, a Christmas tree and gifts for all the children.  This food drive is a perfect example of how they continue to do good work for Del Norte County.”

A great big thank you to the ladies of Curves!

Births Published April 15, 2009

Student Spotlight for April 15, 2009

A day at the beach

The Daily Triplicate/Bryant Anderson
Josh Glazner and his son, Michael, 22 months, enjoy the sunshine at South Beach on Monday afternoon.

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Community Garden gathering planned

Interested in helping our Community Gardens grow?  Community Assistance Network (CAN) is hosting a Community Garden Gathering on Monday. 

Gardeners and interested community members will be invited to explore a number of volunteer roles to help with the Peterson Park Garden, which is located on Fifth and D streets.

Volunteer roles will include determining best ways of maximizing food production, creating opportunities for personal relationship development among gardeners, organizing training and educational opportunities, grounds and equipment maintenance, and planning community work days. 

This gathering will be held at the Family Resource Center, 494 Pacific Ave. at 6:30 p.m. Refreshments will be provided. For more details, contact Rich Parmeter of CAN at 464-9190 ext. 116, or e-mail at This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it .

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